Graham Nolan studied at the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. Before debuting in comics, Nolan worked in the advertising field and as a freelancer. He then worked for Marvel and DC Comics, where he illustrated famous series, such as 'Superman', 'Batman', 'Spider-Man', 'X-Men' and many others. Nolan is the co-creator of the 'Batman' villain of the 1990s, Bane. In 2000, he succeeded Tony Di Preta in illustrating the 'Rex Morgan' weekly, which is written by Woody Wilson and distributed by King Features.
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